Asrock 775i65PE-M 1.40 Driver
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Asrock 775i65PE-M 1.40 Driver
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I didn't turn up the Vcore at all. My PSU was a watt Thermaltake.
Now I have Asrock 775i65PE-M 1.40 pay dollars for a new motherboard and a better CPU so I don't have to overclock it. But your case is similar to the Conroe testing at XS where a mobo fried with the conroe near 5Ghz Skidd Jun 14,8: Whats that a FSB setting.
Maybe you sprung a leak. Dont blame everything on the chip.
That is not possible when running watercooling. Did you even bother to check everything before running the system? Check my specs in my Asrock 775i65PE-M 1.40, that rig hase been running for 2 months, and its been to lans and back and I have not had one day of trouble.
I dont see how your motherboard could have blown becuase its not even running near its normal opperating specs with the chip sitting at 3. A computer company set up the watercooling for me. I have no way to prove that the motherboard fried for another Asrock 775i65PE-M 1.40 than overclocking, Asrock 775i65PE-M 1.40 I have to pay no matter what.
What's weird is when I brought it in they took the watercooling system out because "It wasn't working". I asked them if the watercooling could have fried the board but they denied it saying that the burn was Asrock 775i65PE-M 1.40 the other side of the motherboard.
Gegitech This sounds like a defective Asrock 775i65PE-M 1.40 to me. You where no near the max temps for the cpu. Grimmy Jun 16,7: I'd say that it was very possible the pump failed, the CPU overheated and tripped the thermo shut down.
Since you said they mentioned the bottom of the board was burned on the underside. Kinda wonder that the chip looked like.
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Asrock 775i65PE-M 1.40 guessing this is a similar case to this thread: B and the water cooling system yourself before you took it back where u bought it from. Of course they are going to blame everything on you, they won't say that it's a leak from the connections or some other fault.
Also if there was a Asrock 775i65PE-M 1.40 leak from any of the connections which cause a water drop on the M. B, it will cause a short circuit which burn out some component on the M.
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But it does not necessary mean that will will burn out Asrock 775i65PE-M 1.40 on the top side of the M. B, it could have easily burnt out the bottom side of the M.
B then the power supply shut off to prevent further damage to the board. What i want to say is M. B doesn't necessary burn out at the location of the water drop, if there is one. You have to take into consideration where Asrock 775i65PE-M 1.40 water drop Asrock 775i65PE-M 1.40 and how the circuit is link at that point and what componets are linked through at point, then which components are more vulnerable to get fried first.